This Thirtysomething Life
By Jon Rance
A heart-warming and hilarious book about men, male friendships, sex, marriage and fatherhood and how all the aforesaid collide in eight turbulent months in the life of Harry Spencer.
A romantic comedy for anyone who is, has been or is ever likely to be a grown up.
Being a thirtysomething man isn't easy (especially when you still yearn to be a twentysomething man). Meet Harry Spencer. History teacher, lover of snack food and terrified of growing up. However, when his wife Emily drops the P-Bomb, Harry is suddenly thrust into the role of expectant father.
When he's tempted by the greener grass of an ex-girlfriend past, Harry has to make the most important decision of his life. Does he have what it takes to become a man, or will he succumb to the lure of adolescent fantasy?
This is a love story about what happens after we've fallen in love, when we've swapped frolicking in the bed for cigarettes in the shed and Match of the Day for Mothercare. Brutally honest, laugh-out-loud funny and heart-warming, this is a diary about one man's bumbling journey on the road to adulthood.
Visit Jon's website at www.jonrance.com or follow him on Twitter @JRance75. You can also email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jon Rance is the author of the romantic comedy novel, THIS THIRTYSOMETHING LIFE. He studied English Literature at Middlesex University, London, before going travelling and meeting his American wife in Australia. He's currently working on his second novel, HAPPY ENDINGS.
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25 Apr 2013
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